Indonesia’s UGM on Industry 4.0 and start-ups
People need to adjust and adapt to the Industry 4.0 situation by improving on their technological skills. Start-ups will benefit from the mentoring and the assistance provided in the incubation and acceleration stages.
e-Invoicing to boost business productivity
It can deliver significant productivity improvements and savings from fewer invoicing errors and less time spent resolving errors. A/NZ businesses process around 1.3 billion invoices annually. Incorrect or lost invoices contribute to about 40% of all invoices being overdue.
Malaysia will follow Singapore and introduce digital tax
The tax can help strengthen and expand the government’s revenue base due to its bright outlook and increase the probability of double or maybe triple taxation to businesses.
Real-time number plate technology for Victoria’s police
In partnership with US-based data communications and teleco equipment provider, Victoria’s police have been armed with new number plate recognition and in car video technology. This will aid in transport safety and regulation.
Virtual chemistry table to promote science education
Engaging the children now will be beneficial for the future as they are the ones who will find the solutions. The virtual chemistry table is equipped with circular disks that are labelled with substances. The content of the specific card that was placed on the table will be displayed.
HK tech start-ups get shared office spaces
The aim is to support the tech startup companies and help them connect and partner with other global creators and different partners to unlock the unique potential of Hong Kong and create synergies with other cities to drive the economic development of the Greater Bay Area.
The technology is expected to reduce the risk of disease-causing pathogens in the water; it will eliminate viruses, bacteria, fungi, protozoa and cysts. It will provide safe drinking water to domestic communities, following national and international standards prescribed for potable water.
Monash University’s innovation to reduce crane accidents
Dr Yihai Fang and his team from Monash University’s Department of Civil Engineering are using gaming technology to develop a simulation software which allows crane operators to practice operations virtually.
3D improves on the study of leaves
3D complexity can improve the understanding of leaves at multiple levels of biological organisation. These technologies make it possible to answer very interesting questions, some of which have eluded scientists for many years.
Ride-hailing giant’s initiative to keep roads safe
In cooperation with several ASEAN governments, the roadmap seeks to eliminate preventable accidents and inculcate good habits to drive long-term change.